Carney, James P.






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Carney, James P., “Three Old Irish accentual poems”, Ériu 22 (1971): 23–80.

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“Three Old Irish accentual poems”
Periodical
Ériu 22 (1971)
Ériu 22 (1971), Dublin: Royal Irish Academy.
Volume
22
Pages
23–80


Subject classification
Leinster poems

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Colmán mac LénéniColmán of Cloyne / Mac Lénéni / Colmán of Clúain Uama / Colmán mac Léníne (d. c. 606) – early Irish poet; patron saint and founder of Cloyne (Clúain Uama); son of Lénín
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Luccreth moccu ChíaraLuccreth moccu Chíara (fl. 7th century) – early Irish poet
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[I] “Sét no tíag”
23–29
[II and III] “Cétamon and Tánic sam”
Texts: CétamonTánic sam
30–52
[Appendix] “1. Some accentual verse-types”
53–63
[Appendix] “2. Colmán mac Lénéni”
Colmán mac LénéniColmán of Cloyne / Mac Lénéni / Colmán of Clúain Uama / Colmán mac Léníne (d. c. 606) – early Irish poet; patron saint and founder of Cloyne (Clúain Uama); son of Lénín
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63–65
[Appendix] “3. The Leinster poems”
Keywords: Leinster poems
65–73
[Appendix] “4. Luccreth moccu Chíara”
Luccreth moccu ChíaraLuccreth moccu Chíara (fl. 7th century) – early Irish poet
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73–80
Contributors
Dennis Groenewegen